Record rainfall means sudden rise in Lake Mich. levels

The record-setting rainfall is making its way into Lake Michigan and will give a bump to the water levels this spring — there’s no doubt about that.
The Holland Sentinel
Apr 22, 2013

Whether it has a long-term effect on the low levels or is just a drop in the Great Lakes bucket, that is still clear as mud.

“As we get later and later into the spring and summer, we’ll be able to answer that question,” Keith Kompoltowicz, chief of watershed hydrology branch of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Detroit, said Monday.

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